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Mediators of Worship

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Speaker: JD Summers | Date: September 19, 2021 | Text: Exodus 28-29

Sermon Summary

The priests of Israel served a crucial role for the nation. They represented the people before God because the people themselves could not stand in his presence. God consecrated the priests and gave them a specific way to atone for the sins of Israel. The priests mediated the Old Covenant, and Jesus mediates the New Covenant, bearing the sin of all who believe in him, atoning through the sacrifice of himself, and interceding before God as the Great High Priest. May our hearts burn within us as we consider our glorious mediator, Jesus Christ!

Implements for Worship

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Speaker: JD Summers | Date: September 12, 2021 | Text: Exodus 25-31

Sermon Summary

The furnishings of the Tabernacle hold great significance because of what they tell us about God's gracious provision and his glorious pattern for worship. In addition, they point us to Christ. Jesus tabernacled with us in the incarnation. Jesus is the ultimate atonement, the light of the world, the bread of life. Jesus offers complete cleansing, sanctifies our prayers, prays for us, and brings the glorious presence of God to us. Let us bask in the glory of all that Jesus is and does for us!

A Holy Place: The Structure of the Tabernacle

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Speaker: JD Summers | Date: September 5, 2021 | Text: Exodus 25-31

Sermon Summary

Because God is Holy, Holy, Holy, separation is essential. In the instructions regarding the structure of the Tabernacle, we see God's holiness magnified, Eden reflected, and hope provided. God miraculously displays his holiness and comes to us with grace and forgiveness first in the Tabernacle, but further in the person of Jesus Christ, and his plan to dwell with his people in the Tabernacle, in Jesus, and in the Spirit's indwelling of the Church today points us forward to the time when God will dwell with us forever in eternity. 

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